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    The House of Representatives asks the Federal Court on the postponement of the elections

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    The House of Representatives asks the Federal Court on the postponement of the elections Empty The House of Representatives asks the Federal Court on the postponement of the elections

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    The House of Representatives asks the Federal Court on the postponement of the elections


     Baghdad / Mohammed Sabah 

    The contacts that intensified between the three presidencies during this week resulted in the rejection of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to postpone the elections, pledging to return all displaced people to their governorates and cities before May.
    In the meantime, the House of Representatives, especially the blocks supporting the scenario of postponement of the elections, is considering resorting to the Federal Court to clarify about the constitutionality of changing the date of elections and extending his work for six months. 
    "There are blocs demanding amendments to the law of the elections of the House of Representatives before deciding on the dates of elections set by the government," says the House of Representatives Rep. Imad John, to (the extent) yesterday, ruling out endorsing the timing proposed by the government to hold the elections in parliament next weekend. 
    Last month, the cabinet decided to submit the election date from May 15, 2018 to May 12, at the suggestion of the Electoral Commission. 
    MP Imad John stressed that "the timing of parliamentary elections is subject to agreements and political understandings that will be launched early next week," stressing that "changing the dates of elections depends on political negotiations."
    The Council of Representatives decided, at its last meeting, to resolve the date of elections in the meeting on Sunday. 
    The decision of the presidency of the House of Representatives that "the Union of Iraqi forces and Kurdish forces are those who called for postponement of the elections for six months because of the return of displaced persons to their cities and regions." 
    The forces supporting the postponement of the elections are seeking to hold a meeting with the Council of Ministers this week in an attempt to convince Abadi of the postponement scenario even if the declaration of a state of emergency is required. 
    But the efforts of these parties aborted by the insistence of Abadi not to delay as confirms MP Imad John, who revealed the telephone calls by the three presidencies, over the past few days, ended with the Prime Minister rejected the scenario of postponement of the elections.
    The decision of the House of Representatives that "Abadi pledged to the three presidencies to return all the displaced to their cities during the next few days, as well as his adherence to the possibility of postponement of the elections." The MP for Kirkuk that "these positions may complicate the political and electoral scene in light of these intersections." 
    In the meantime, the Legal Committee proposed two options to overcome the crisis of the dates of the elections and put them to vote at the meeting next Sunday. The first includes the government deadline, while the second option provides for the postponement of the elections for six months.
    The member of the parliamentary legal committee Zana Said (range) yesterday, "The House of Representatives agreed in the last session to include the proposal to postpone the elections with the government proposal and submit them to vote at the next meeting," stressing that "the Union of Iraqi forces and Kurdish forces are among the most blocks in support of Scenario of postponement ". Article (65 / I) of the Iraqi Constitution states that "the duration of the electoral cycle of the Council of Representatives is four calendar years, beginning with the first session and ending at the end of the fourth year." 
    The MP warned of the mass of the Islamic Group of the holding of elections in the absence of the return of the displaced Kurds displaced from the disputed areas after the entry of federal forces in October last, "noting that" the Kurdish forces won in the elections in 2014 20 seats in these areas. " The Kurdish MP expects "to hold the elections on the scheduled dates proposed by the government."
    At the same level, the National Alliance confirms that the resolution of the dates of the elections will be through consensus between the political blocs, did not rule out the failure to approve the dates of elections in accordance with the principle of majority. 
    "It is difficult to resolve the dates of the elections in Sunday's session due to disagreements between the forces," MP Sadik al-Labban said in an interview with Al-Mada yesterday. "The National Alliance is holding the elections on schedule and does not consider postponing." 
    Al-Laban hinted that "the possibility of postponing the elections in the absence of justice among voters in all governorates," adding that "with the utmost importance, we may resort to postponement, as we do not want to impose something on the components and the other parties." 
    "The parties have not engaged in serious dialogues and will start next week after taking the opinion of the Electoral Commission on its ability to vote," the head of an independent bloc said.
    MP Laban revealed that "Parliament seeks to apply to the Federal Court as soon as possible to take its opinion on the possibility of postponement of the elections."



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